What is the difference between videoSyndicated and videoEmbeddable?

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Hello! In the list of search options on YouTube have such parameters as videoSyndicated and videoEmbeddable. But what is the difference between them and it is unclear

https://developers.google.com/youtube/v3/docs/sear...

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The videoEmbeddable parameter lets you to restrict a search to only videos that can be embedded into a webpage.


The videoSyndicated parameter lets you to restrict a search to only videos that can be played outside youtube.com.

It turns out, the first allows you to insert video to the page via the embeded YouTube player. Secondly, to play videos outside of YouTube. Not work if they are interchangeable? embeded already implies that the video is outside of YouTube
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Thank you there is five years looked to have clocked up so many options...
From experience, sometimes it is necessary if not to change the location of parameters in the query string...

Understand that some video ideoSyndicated prohibited outside the site of YouTube, they can or cannot be included in the search.
If a single player they will not play.
Supposedly ( this is not a website, but a platform for experimentation dulsky.eu/t/lApXfnRw51k )
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